Researchers from the University of Guelph have found that, despite improvement in recent years, sausages sold in grocery stores in several provinces continue to contain meat not declared on the label. The federally funded study looked at 100 sausages collected from grocery stores in Ontario, Quebec and Western Canada — all of which were labelled as a single type of meat. It found that 14 per cent of sausages sampled contained meats that weren’t on the label. That is an improvement. It was 20% last time they did this study.
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